Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX M/S2

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Michelin LTX M/S2 Reviewer's Overall Rating: 9.92
 
 

2009 Lexus GX470
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Miles driven on tires: 25,000
Location: Groveland, IL
Driving Condition: Average
 

Initial Review, 25,000 Miles on Tires
February 16, 2014

Car came with Dunlop tires. I cannot believe Lexus put those tires on this car. I got rid of them at 25K. I have a 2000 LX 470 and have always been happy with the LTX M/S. These tires are even better. There is nothing bad about this tire. Bought at Tire Rack. Had dealer mount 'em. Better everything: handling, ride, traction and even gas mileage. I hunt, so in addition to city/highway, I do cornfields, creeks and every other type of off-road driving that can be found in the Midwest. The only thing that keeps me from buying a Range Rover Sport is that I cannot find these tires for that truck. I still have my LX 470 and still use the LTX M/S on that truck (it has 287K). I'm not necessarily a Michelin freak. My wife has a Lexus RX and I'm putting Continentals on that. But for the larger SUVs, the LTX M/S is fantastic tire. I like the M/S 2 better than the M/S, but they don't make it for the '00 LX470. When my friends are stuck in their Range Rovers, I'm going strong, mainly because of the traction these tires afford. On the highway, rain, snow, and sun, the tires handle well and are quiet. I'm 63 and have driven a car/truck farther in reverse than most have driven in forward. These tires are simply the best. If they make 'em to fit your vehicle, buy them. You will thank me. I promise. And I don't work for Michelin or anybody else in any auto related industry.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

Tuesday, April 1, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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General Grabber AT 2 Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.83
 
 

2003 Land Rover Discovery 4.6 SE
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Miles driven on tires: 3,000
Location: Warren, NJ
Driving Condition: Average
 

Initial Review, 3,000 Miles on Tires
March 18, 2014

I wanted to get all-terrain tires before winter as the mud terrains I usually drive on were worn and not very good on snow covered roads, not to mention roads that are just damp. The Generals are fantastic! The ride is comfortable, quiet and the steering is accurate and "grippy". They can be trusted on wet roads as well, no drift or hydroplaning. I spent the winter in deep snow and "plowed" roads and these tires never lost grip. I think I have about 3000 miles on them with no noticeable wear. Looking forward to using these tires off-road and I will definitely buy these tires again.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor

Monday, March 17, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor Reviewer's Overall Rating: 7.67
 
 

2010 Ford Escape 2wd
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Miles driven on tires: 8,000
Location: Ypsilanti, MI
Driving Condition: Average
 

Initial Review, 8,000 Miles on Tires
March 13, 2014

Just moved to Michigan this year from the south... Surprise! Worst winter in 20+ years. I bought these tires as a possible alternative to dedicated winter tires due to the high mileage my car sees. A lot of other reviewers were claiming 70,000+ miles and that sounded great with a tire that could handle winter weather. (they have the mountain/snowflake on the side) I braced myself for a noisy, bumpy ride as the car came with a Michelin touring tire originally. I can honestly say, these tires are quieter and ride almost as smoothly as the Michelin's. That said, the Michelin's were worn when I replaced them so I don't hold the noise against them. These tires have never left me stuck or stranded and I didn't usually spin or slide unless I was trying to. A few times I had to disable the traction control to let them spin and clear. This was only in slow speed situations like cutting fresh tracks in 8+ inches of heavy wet snow. Not sure you can ask anymore for a longer treadlife all-terrain in my opinion. My biggest complaint in the 8,000+ miles I have had them comes from the fact that they tend to "catch" grooves or seams in the highway which can be unnerving when the road is icy. I noticed it the first day I had the tires and now I have gotten more used to it and it is less of an issue but at first it did get my attention. Overall, I would and already have recommend these tires. Not the best winter solution, not the best off-road solution, definitely not the best for mpg's or handling performance. Just a really good mix of life, traction, and so far low noise.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Pirelli P4 Four Seasons

Monday, March 17, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Pirelli P4 Four Seasons Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.6
 
 

2012 Subaru Forester
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Miles driven on tires: 5,000
Location: Round Rock, TX
Driving Condition: Average
 

Initial Review, 5,000 Miles on Tires
March 10, 2014

put these on and drove from Austin to Boise and back before breaking them in. The trip included 90 degree dry pavement, rain, sleet, ice, deep offroad snow (to the bell housing), offroad dirt and mud, and highway snow (shallow 1-2"). Drove them through an ice storm up ramps with large trucks and 4x4's with normal street tires stuck. the most remarkable thing is my AWD system has not kicked in since i've put these tires on! impressive. I will definitely buy these again. Oh yeah, and I get 1-2 mpg more than my stock tires gave me. nice...

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo 2

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo 2 Reviewer's Overall Rating: 9.62
 
 

2004 Toyota 4Runner 4wd Limited
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Miles driven on tires: 40,000
Location: Greenwood Village, CO
Driving Condition: Spirited
 

Initial Review, 40,000 Miles on Tires
March 10, 2014

I have these tire on both my Toyota 4Runner and on my Lexus GX here in Denver.
Quite and comfortable on trips to the Colorado mountains and great in snow and on off-road trails, including muddy ones. I've put about 40,000 miles on 4runner and 35,000 on the GX and both are about due for replacement. Clearly not the longest lasting, but I'll head out into any conditions with these tires that Colorado can throw at me. So I'm buy them again.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination LE

Monday, March 3, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Firestone Destination LE Reviewer's Overall Rating: 6.71
 
 

2006 GMC Yukon 4wd
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Miles driven on tires: 70,000
Location:  
Driving Condition: Spirited
 

Initial Review, 70,000 Miles on Tires
February 28, 2014

Got these tires on my Yukon when I bought it. The tires were obviously not new. I remember about half the tread remained when I bought the car. Amazingly, It took twice as long as I thought it would to get to the wear bar on these! I put 40,000 HARD miles on these tires, with half their tread. I tow a trailer, I go off-roading, i commute, I work out of this truck, I go on long trips. No matter what, this tire on this vehicle took anything I threw at it and asked for more. I only got stuck twice with these tires off roading. Both times I was somewhere I had no business being. Once was in the sand dunes in the Outer Banks, the other was at an off road park in a 12" mud bog. Clearly i exceeded the limit of my tire and vehicle setup! But on pack sand at the beach, rocky trails, gravel mountain roads, in DC city traffic, or any other off-road situation, the tire performed beautifully. ON the highway, the tire was respectably quiet, smooth and wore EXCEPTIONALLY well. Some of my surprise is that I am used to performance cars that need tires about 3x as often, but this 60,000 mile tire was worth every penny and I bought a set of LE2's to replace these. Stand by for a review of those!

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX A/T 2

Thursday, February 20, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Michelin LTX A/T 2 Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.87
 
 

2007 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab
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Miles driven on tires: 10,000
Location: Tehachapi, CA
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 10,000 Miles on Tires
February 15, 2014

So I really researched the heck out of what tire was right for my 4x4 tacoma. We live at 6000 ft and can get up to a foot of snow at a time in winter. We needed a fairly aggressive tire tread for winter. But I also was weary of tire noise and the mileage hit you get with some AT tires. This tire hit the sweet spot. I had to back up a fairly steep incline on my property with a moderately loaded trailer in snowy mud. Although this probably speaks as much to the capability of a 4x4 tacoma with the locking diff I know I couldn't have made it with the dueler h/t that came on the truck. This tire has very little road noise and has just aggressive enough tread to get it done while offroad. I would highly recommend this tire to someone in my situation where you frequently drive unimproved roads as well as highway. Also, get the load range E light truck tire because the ride is no worse and for a nominal increase in cost you get a bit more tread depth and load rating which is well worth the money. Kudos to Michelin on a well balanced light truck tire!

 

Is the Continental CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology the Best Crossover/SUV Touring All-Season Tire? Our Customers Think So!

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 by Zig Ziegler

The main concern of many crossover and SUV customers is traction, treadlife and road noise, not always in that order. Continental's CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology is a tire that rates highly in all of these key areas.

The CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology, currently ranked first in our survey results, is Continental's ecologically friendly Crossover/SUV Touring All-Season tire developed to help crossovers, sport utility vehicles and light-duty pickup trucks perform on the highway and in mild off-road conditions. It's designed to enhance driving pleasure, save fuel and maintain grip when braking on wet surfaces, while providing long wear and all-season traction, even in light snow.

 Continental Cross Contact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology
Continental CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology
 Continental Cross Contact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology
Continental CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology


Continental uses an all-season tread compound featuring their Tg-F Polymers and +Silane additives to improve treadwear, fuel efficiency and traction on slippery roads. The compound is molded into a symmetric tread design with notched outboard shoulders, independent intermediate tread blocks and continuous center ribs to blend on-road steering response and straight-line stability with reduced noise and enhanced ride comfort. Four circumferential grooves enhance wet traction while Continental’s Traction Grooves (featuring ridges in the outboard grooves) promote three-dimensional snow-to-snow traction.

To view the performance ratings for the CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology, take a look at "Testing Eco-Focused Crossover/SUV Touring All-Season Tire."

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S

Friday, February 7, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S Reviewer's Overall Rating: 9.23
 
 

2002 Volvo V70 XC
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Miles driven on tires: 50,000
Location: Issaquah, WA
Driving Condition: Easy Going

Initial Review, 50,000 Miles on Tires
January 27, 2014

I bought these for my 6,000 mile Alaskan expedition. The tires were surprisingly quiet and comfort despite their aggressive tread patterns. They perform well on pavement (obviously) and excellent off-road. I don't do any recreational off-roading but for driving through gravel, mud, dirt, etc., these tires are really excellent. I just placed an order for the new set of Geolandars.

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac

Monday, February 3, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Goodyear Wrangler DuraTracReviewer's Overall Rating: 7.73

1996 Toyota Land Cruiser
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Miles driven on tires: 15,000
Location: Hillsboro, OR
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 15,000 Miles on Tires
January 04, 2014

Purchased the tire for mostly offroad use, but wanted something that had good on road manners. The tire has been very quiet, and continues to perform well on-road. Offroad the tire does ok, but don't expect MT performance from this tire. In dirt, sand and snow the tire does pretty well, but deep mud is not this tires forte due to the tightly spaced center rib. I have not had any issues with the sidewalls despite all the rumors on the internet about the weak sidewalls, and I regularly run them at 10-15 psi. If you are the occasional offroader, this would be a good tire for you, but if you are more hardcore, stick with the MTR or similar.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

Monday, February 3, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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General Grabber HTS Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.75
 
 

2009 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab
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Miles driven on tires: 11,000
Location: Lords Valley, PA
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 11,000 Miles on Tires
December 08, 2013

Nice all-around tire for my 4x4 Tacoma. Great traction in nasty winter weather and mild off-road conditions. Great value for the $$$. I have very little tread wear at 11,000.

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Turanza EL400 RFT

Friday, January 31, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Bridgestone Turanza EL400 RFT Reviewer's Overall Rating: 4.86
 
 

2011 Toyota Sienna AWD
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Miles driven on tires: 30,500
Location: Orinda, CA
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 30,500 Miles on Tires
January 27, 2014

Original equipment tires. Started getting noisy after 5000 miles. Mostly long distance highway driving, with camping gear. NO, off-road driving. Even with rotating every 4000 miles, air pressure checked monthly and alignment twice a year, they started wearing on both inner and outside front tire edges faster than center tread and rotating just made all look the same. Three nail caused flats and the dealer would only USE some high-tech plug to repair them (Toyota instructions) Replaced original tires at 30500 miles with same brand RFT but dealer suggested I try the Turanza 400-02 RFT instead. Result are EVEN WORSE tire wear, with mini chunks in the tread at happening from 8000 to current at 15000 miles. (45,000 total) on mini-van. Received the Toyota recall regarding load rating door frame decal. Because we have an OE rear Cargo Container and AWD, they offered NEW more heavy duty tires that will meet the max load rating requirements. Dealer told me there are not any 235/55R-18 RFT Heavy Duty tires available. He offered to remove the Cargo Container so the load rating decal would confirm. NO WAY, or go to a smaller RFT with a better load rating. NO WAY . Do not want to resort to non RFT (no spare) due to our out of the way camping. He then suggested I get a can of that green goo and a small air compressor. That will screw up the TPM's and sometimes leave a hard green goo on the insides of the rim. Has anyone found solution to these crappy tires that are still Run Flat and the same size or a size that will still fit without any tire interference?

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar

Monday, January 27, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar Reviewer's Overall Rating: 9
 
 

2010 Ford F150 XLT 4x4
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Miles driven on tires: 1,500
Location: Tallmadge, OH
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 1,500 Miles on Tires
December 15, 2013

This is the 5th set of tires I've had on this truck. It's a company vehicle that I've driven since it was new. I drive in all weather conditons, and all off-road conditions for the work I do. Putting these tires on was like geting beefed-up shocks. It handles and corners like a mid-sized sedan now. The traction is excellent in all conditions. We had a big snow storm with 35deg temps yesterday, which left 3" of icy slush on the roads. No problem. Today, the temp dropped to 22deg, so the now the slush has frozen solid. No problem. Very happy with these tires, just glad I didn't have to pay for them myself:)

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Wrangler SR-A

Monday, January 27, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Goodyear Wrangler SR-A Reviewer's Overall Rating: 5.17
 
 

2013 Ram 1500 4wd
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Miles driven on tires: 4,500
Location: Cypress, TX
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 4,500 Miles on Tires
June 09, 2013

A tire review haiku:

Okay for street use
Crappy For Offroad Driving
Will not buy again

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Fortera HL Edition

Monday, January 27, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Goodyear Fortera HL Edition Reviewer's Overall Rating: 6.09
 
 

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Miles driven on tires: 14,000
Location: Sidney, MT
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 14,000 Miles on Tires
January 22, 2014

I live in western North Dakota and these Goodyears are the worst set of tires I've ever had the misfortune of owning. I live on a gravel road and after 14,000 miles I've had 4 flats and had to replace two tires. Should've opted for the off-road tires at vehicle purchase time. Will be getting 10 ply-rated tires shortly. These tires are for paved roads that are in good condition only. On the highway the tires are extremely smooth and silent. Off-road and in snow and ice they are horrible.

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

Monday, January 27, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KOReviewer's Overall Rating: 8.25

2001 Mercury Mountaineer 4wd
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Miles driven on tires: 50,000
Location: Schertz, TX
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 50,000 Miles on Tires
April 26, 2010

I put the TA KO on a 01 Mountaineer (5.OL, AWD) after OE tires recalled in 02. These are great off-road tires! I have driven w/ them in all weather extremes, from 115+ degree Mojave desert rock and sand to deep snow and ice in Ohio. When you need a tough tire this is it, BUT it feels like a tough tire on the road with rough ride, noise, and they've been difficult to balance.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Hankook Optimo H727

Monday, January 27, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Hankook Optimo H727 Reviewer's Overall Rating: 10
 
 

2011 Subaru Outback
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Miles driven on tires: 15,000
Location: Frederick, MD
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 15,000 Miles on Tires
June 19, 2012

I bought this tire last fall to replace the continue oem tires...I bought these based on numerous reviews for wi.ref frigid.g and rain resistance. These tires have exceeded my expectations in every aspect of driving. I take my subaru everywhere. Inroads off-road, etc. The only the.g you have to remember Is for the first 500 to 750 miles they might be a little squirely until the first layer wears off. After that, great tire.

 

Does Tire Rack Offer Road Hazard Protection?

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 by Zig Ziegler

It's the time of year when the weather is as unpredictable as the roads you drive on -- with the constant freezing and thawing of the roadways, potholes are everywhere. If you purchased Tire Rack's Tire Road Hazard Program it could make the difference between a minor inconvenience and a major out-of-pocket expense.

Tire Rack supports the tire manufacturers' warranties for all the tire brands we sell. Those warranties apply to tires that become unusable for any reason within the tire manufacturer's control, typically covering materials and workmanship. However, these warranties do not apply to causes and conditions beyond the tire manufacturer's control, such as road hazards.

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Tire Rack's Tire Road Hazard Program
 Tire Rack's Road Hazard Program
Tire Rack's Tire Road Hazard Program


Road hazard damage is damage that occurs when a tire fails as a result of a puncture, bruise or break incurred during the course of normal driving on a maintained road. Nails, glass and potholes are the most common examples of road hazards. Because of this, many drivers desire the additional security and peace of mind that a Tire Road Hazard Service Program provides.

  • Tires are covered for 36 months from the date of purchase or until 2/32" or less of tread remains, whichever occurs first.
  • Repairs are reimbursed up to $25 per tire per occurrence.
  • During the first 12 months, you will be reimbursed for 100% of the original cost of the tire covered by the Tire Road Hazard Service Program, subject to the limitations set forth in the Program Certificate. Beyond the first 12 months, the reimbursable amount is calculated by a proration of elapsed time, not to exceed 36 months.
  • The following tires are not eligible for the Tire Road Hazard Service Program:
    • Competition tires
    • LT Metric sized tires
    • LT Flotation sized tires
    • Trailer tires
  • The following vehicles are not eligible for the Tire Road Hazard Service Program:
    • Any emergency service vehicle.
    • Any vehicle used for hire, commercial, towing, construction or postal service.
    • Any vehicle used for farm, ranch, agriculture or off-road use.
    • Program is only available to customers living in the 48 contiguous States. Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. territories, APO/FPO, Canada and Mexico are excluded.
  • Additional exclusions and limitations are described in the Program Certificate.

Be sure to consider adding the Road Hazard Protection to your tire purchase to protect yourself from future road hazard damage expenses.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX A/T 2

Thursday, January 9, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Michelin LTX A/T 2 Reviewer's Overall Rating: 6.64
 
 

2013 GMC Sierra 2500 HD 4wd
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Miles driven on tires: 13,800
Location: Anchorage, AK
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 13,800 Miles on Tires
January 09, 2014

Straight line tracking is a bit imprecise, but that could be the truck. Usable on ice and packed snow, but you have to be careful and take your time. These are not winter tires, IMO, but will get you by if you must. Did some towing and city driving in snow and on ice last winter and don't recommend them for that. Otherwise, they're pretty good, but a bit overpriced. Wearing well after nearly 14K. Ride comfort is dependent upon load in this truck, and most of my driving has been unloaded; the ride is a bit harsh considering that, but is expected. No off-road use to date, no comment or rating for that.

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

Thursday, January 9, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO Reviewer's Overall Rating: 5.27
 
 

2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4wd
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Miles driven on tires: 5,000
Location: Moore, OK
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 5,000 Miles on Tires
January 08, 2014

PROS: Looks good, low noise for an A/T tire, very good treadwear, tough sidewall construction, great for heavy loads
CONS: Terrible wet weather traction (even with 4-wheel drive on), lousy traction in snow/ice, hard as a brick when cold, jittery on the highway (wanders terribly and tracks horribly), way overpriced
CONCLUSION: Had these for 6-months...loved the style and quietness for an A/T tire. Once the cold weather kicked in...couldn't wait to snow test them. The results were unimpressive and quiet disappointing. After 1,000 miles of cross country driving to Michigan, I had to get them off. I replaced them with the Michelin LTX M/S2. These tires are far better then the BFGs. I will keep the BFGs for summer only because I can't replace them. Don't buy these BFG tires unless you really need to do some off-roading or Baja racing...they don't connect with the pavement in poor/cold conditions.